We have installed elastic agent in a client system (apache server) and enrolled it in the fleet.
We have added apache http server integration to its policy.
We can see the data in /var/log/apache2/access.log of the apache server.
The pipelines and templates can be seen in the Stack Management.
The Index templates are as follows:
Name Index patterns Components 1. logs-apache.access(Managed) logs-apache.access-* logs-apache.access@settings, logs-apache.access@custom, .fleet_component_template-1 2. logs-apache.error(Managed) logs-apache.error-* logs-apache.error@settings, logs-apache.error@custom, .fleet_component_template-1 3. metrics-apache.status(Managed) metrics-apache.status-* metrics-apache.status@settings, metrics-apache.status@custom, .fleet_component_template-1
But we couldn't find any index matching 'apache' in the Kibana.
(We had successfully integrated endpoint security for the same policy and we could view the logs of endpoint security from the same system)
Where can we find the data from the elastic-agent of the apache server in Kibana?